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St. Joseph’s College recently held a ceremonial groundbreaking for their $17 million student center, the first new building to be constructed on campus in 18 years. College spokeswoman …

In an effort to convince Long Islanders to opt for vaccination in the face of the pandemic, a two-county-wide “Shot to Reunite” contest was held for artists of all skill levels to submit …

Suffolk County Water Authority crews will be performing hydrant flushing in Patchogue from June 28 through July 16 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4 p.m. During this process, fire hydrants are …

On Tuesday June 15, the fourth annual Patchogue Chamber of Commerce Power in Heels event was held at the Brickhouse Brewery. The event, which is traditionally held in March, honors women in …

Burning calories while consuming them is now possible. No, this is not a dream. This is the reality at Paddle Pub, a pedal-powered pontoon boat, docked in the Dublin Deck parking …

Pastor Dwight Lee Wolter was restringing several CDs that had slipped off the parking lot fence as he worked alongside a man named Angelo. “The twine was slippery, and the little ones had a …

The Greater Patchogue Chamber Young Professionals group are planning to host a family festival this year called Sundown Festival, a family event. The event will feature live entertainment and …

The Patchogue Kiwanis donated a total of $3,000 for summer camperships through the Village of Patchogue Parks and Recreation Department. The hope is to have about $500 allocated to the art program to …

Rosemarie McCarthy, who started Harmony Café in 2016, which offers wholesome meals to those who need it,paying what you can afford or not at all, has taken her nonprofit forward with a new …

Although summer doesn’t officially kick off till mid-June, it’s fair to say that after a weekend with temperatures in the 80s, the South Shore is on its way to summer. Earlier this …

If reelected this November, Suffolk County Legis. Rob Calarco, now serving as the Democratic majority presiding officer, will serve his last term as a legislator. Currently, he is in year 10 of …

Patchogue Zoning Board pushed the Birdies application again, awaiting addi- tional information before decision. The board met last week requesting more information about New York State …

The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce has a more “formulated” plan to repurpose the Alive After Five dates originally scheduled for July 8, 22, and Aug. 5 and 19. Pending approval …

The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce is looking to make the best of it with the Village of Patchogue-approved Alive After Five dates scheduled for July 8, 22, and Aug. 5 and 19. “We …

The Patchogue Arts Council is seeking $50,000 in an effort to maintain and expand the MoCA L.I.ghts event and annual festival season, including Arts On Terry (moved to September 2021), which garnered …

Over 50 residents came out in opposition to the Cornerstone application, a proposed 50-unit apartment complex and marina dock along the Patchogue River on Mulford Street in Patchogue Village, in a …

Last week, Birdies Entertainment located at 17-19 North Ocean Avenue, beside the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce office, sought a special permit via the Village of Patchogue Zoning Board to …

Main Street in Patchogue is no exception to the lack of employees applying for restaurant jobs across the country amid the COVID pandemic. “We are seeing it firsthand,” said John …

The Village of Patchogue is seeking consultation to explore possible relief efforts to unwarranted dumping in dumpsters located behind Main Street on village property. The issue, mayor Paul …

The cork tiles say it all. There’s one with a big red “Love” surrounded by hearts. Another says, “Be Kind. Be Nice. Include.” Want to feel good? Head to the stairs …

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